Are military coders the soldiers of the future?
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James Bond would be nothing without Q and his collection of gadgets. But who would have thought that one day you too could own tech like his? And that some of it would be available off the shelf?
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Learn how to control the flow in positive displacement (PD) pumps
 
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So-called 'cyber-munitions' are technological products and protocols with both offensive and defensive capabilities, little-known to the public, and hotly debated by digital security experts. The U.S. government is currently in the process of deciding how to categorize and regulate cyber-munitions.
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When was the first computer created? 50 years ago? 200 years ago? Discovered in a shipwreck near Crete, the Antikythera  is considered to be the first programmable computer, and it was created more than 2,000 years ago. The Antikythera, named for the shipwreck it was discovered in, could be used as a calendar, to track the phases of the moon, and to predict eclipses.
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